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Yes, you can use a prepaid SIM card in the Philippines OR check with your cell phone provider if they have International roaming in the Phillipines. If not you need to use a prepaid SIM card and you may need to check with your cell phone provider to see if your cell phone is unlocked and you can use any SIM card. If the cell phone is locked to your provider then get the unlock restriction code from them to unlock your cell phone.
you need to unlock your samsung phone to use the local sim. you can unlock it using codes. you can get the codes either from your service provider or from other online providers like TheUnlockArena.com
hi i have samsung sgh-j700i_t my problem if i insert my new sim here in philippines phone freezed then if i take out my sim then i change vodafone sim will work. what will i do? my vodafone sim will not work here in philippines and i change sim smart ... pls help me. my email address is email@example.com thanks.....
I'm sorry, but locations cannot be traced using those numbers alone unless you have Phone tracker featured on your phone. Numbers starting 0917 means they are GLOBE handy phone carriers. If you know someone living in the Philippines, you might want to instruct them to buy Globe Sim card then go to Globe Prepaid- Specials-Tracker-Person Tracker- then enter those number listed above to track where in the Philippines these mobile Globe numbers are.
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This happens because your phone is set to ask for the security code when a new SIM card is inserted, the default security code is 12345 , if you don't want to use this feature go to Settings , Security level , Off.
Even if the phone is unlocked it might not work on the Philippines network. The Japanese Softbank 911T is manufactured by Toshiba and uses 3G WCDMA 2100MHz. China uses 3G TD-SCDMA. China Unicom is going WCDMA as well soon. Enquire at your service provider, if it can be made to work, they will do it. I don't really know about the Philippines. Great phone though.